As a BI Practioner
I want to understand what Agile is all about
So that I can understand if I want to adopt it

Agile as an approach has been around for a while and there are a myriad of different approachs and techniques that come under the agile banner.

The AgileBI way adopts a lot of these approachs and techniques and tailors them to help you deliver Data, Analytics  and Content in a faster way and with reduced risk.  You can see more about the AgileBI approach here

There is a raft of content about Agile on the web, in books, in courses and in peoples heads.  To get a good overview of agile folow the links I reference repeatably here.

 

The Danger of Pipelining and Time Slicing

As a BI Manager I want to understand the impact of pipelining the Agile teams workflow So that I know if it is an approach I wish to use Managing to complete an AgileBI build in three elapsed weeks is very very difficult. And by a build I mean from...

Benevolent Dictator

As a AgileBI Guru I want to understand what a Benevolent Dictator is So that I know when one is needed   The team have discussed it "to death" and are now constantly repeating the same arguements "around and around" More informaiton is neded to...

Remote Scrum Masters

Remote Scrum Masters

As a Stakeholder or Product Owner I want some examples of things that can fail in AgileBI So that I know what to watch out for
5 Factors In Agile BI

5 Factors In Agile BI

As a Stakeholder or Product Owner I want to understand 5 things that will promote an AgileBI approach So that I can include them in how we do things
The Big Guess Up Front (BGUF)

The Big Guess Up Front (BGUF)

As a Stakeholder or Product Owner I want to understand where the traditional planning documents fit in the AgilebI process So that I know when I need to have them created
No Meetings

No Meetings

As a BI Manager or Scrum Master I want to understand how to deal with ‘meetings’ in an AgileBI project So that I can change the team’s negative view on collaboration
5 Factors In Agile BI

Agile Myths

As a BI Manager I want to understand what the common Agile Myths are So that I know how to identify them when they are referenced

Coaching the Product Owner

[[make them succesfull]] [[make them safe]] [[teach them what they don't know]] [[guide them in the right direction]] [[dont do it for them]] [[dont let them abdicate]]